Poly-Carbonate ( PC )

SKP® standard PC Resin that can be modified according to customer requirements, using additives and fillers. Depending on customer requirements such as product cost, design analysis, working temperature, component life and application  , SKP® compounds may be modified by mixing additives  or combinations additives and fillers.

Prime / Virgin Resin

A Grade Prime PC Resin in manufacturers packing of 25 kg. PC is offer as per application grades like general propose, extrusion, optical, glass filled, mineral filled, high impact,  static dissipative/electrical conductivity and alloys. 

Off-Grade / Surplus

Off-Spec/Off-grade PC granules can be offered directly from one of the largest producers of Poly-Carbonate at discounted rates in bulk quality. They are just little off the standards, good for economical products or cost reduction.  

Recycled PC Granulates

Our goal is to create maximal value for our customers and to recycle PC materials in ways that are advantageous for both people and environment.  The end result is a PC raw material of the highest quality standard which can be blended with virgin resin to create top quality products. 

Premium Quality

Our Poly-carbonate solid & corrugated sheet provides superior optical quality, chemical resistance and long term design stress, all while allowing for a broad range of design considerations.


On site fabrication for home and commercial project like shop display selfs / boxes, clear swimming pool fence, custom aquarium, roof panel & Custom design as per given drawing. 

Since 1956

62 Years of Dedication, Commitment to achieve excellence in quality & customer satisfaction from innovative solutions.

Polycarbonate Appications

Polycarbonate (PC), a tough, transparent synthetic resin employed in safety glass, eyeglass lenses, and compact discs, among other applications. PC is a special type of polyester used as an engineering plastic owing to its exceptional impact resistance, tensile strength, ductility, dimensional stability, and optical clarity. It is marketed under trademarks such as Lexan and Makrolon.

PC was introduced in 1958 by Bayer AG of Germany and in 1960 by the General Electric Company of the United States. As developed by these companies, PC is produced by a polymerization reaction between bisphenol A, a volatile liquid derived from benzene, and phosgene, a highly reactive and toxic gas made by reacting carbon monoxide with chlorine. The resultant polymers (long, multiple-unit molecules) are made up of repeating units containing two aromatic (benzene) rings and connected by ester (CO-O) groups.